Category Archives: cellular differentiation

Ontogeny recapitulates phylogeny

Let me make this as simple as possible

Folks, I understand not everybody’s into chromosomes or how they’re put together. I get that. In fact, a lot of people are not that much into science…period! I get that as well. Science can be tough to understand, even for … Continue reading

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Entitled Science

There was once a time when biological science was about unbridled exploration and discovery. Things got discovered, things got done. Nowadays, it seems to be more and more about tweaking or squeaking timidly by while scurrying about within the acceptable … Continue reading

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Questions?

I would like for this blog to become more interactive by inviting questions from people on particular topics. Remember, any questions you may have are probably on many other people’s minds as well. You may do so through the comments … Continue reading

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Regarding Comments

???????? I have been getting quite a lot of comments lately. Some of them are repeats. They are almost always positive in nature but somewhat generic in content, meaning they could apply to other blogs as well. So, I am … Continue reading

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Cellular Upgrades Via Endosymbionts

The fourth post below this one compared cellular evolution to corporate mergers. However, the devil’s always in the details, isn’t it?  So let’s try to get to the semi nitty gritty here. You can also think of cellular evolution as a … Continue reading

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Human Incorporated, Open for Business

I bet you never thought of yourself as a corporation, did you? Don’t lie now. Well, you are. In fact, in terms of being incorporated, you are the mother of all mergers. After all, look at all we have managed to … Continue reading

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Apoptosis and Avoidance of Cancer

Well, here we go again, more scientific gibberish. What in the “hey” is apoptosis? Don’t shoot the messenger here, folks, I had nothing to do with the genesis of this word, but I’ll try to explain it so you can see … Continue reading

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